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  • The Rithmatist (The Rithmatist, #1)
  • Brandon Sanderson
  • English
  • 09 June 2017

The Rithmatist (The Rithmatist, #1) The Rithmatist, Brandon Sanderson S New York Times Bestselling Epic Teen Adventure Is Now Available In Paperback.More Than Anything, Joel Wants To Be A Rithmatist Rithmatists Have The Power To Infuse Life Into Two Dimensional Figures Known As Chalklings Rithmatists Are Humanity S Only Defense Against The Wild Chalklings Having Nearly Overrun The Territory Of Nebrask, The Wild Chalklings Now Threaten All Of The American Isles.As The Son Of A Lowly Chalkmaker At Armedius Academy, Joel Can Only Watch As Rithmatist Students Learn The Magical Art That He Would Do Anything To Practice Then Students Start Disappearing Kidnapped From Their Rooms At Night, Leaving Trails Of Blood Assigned To Help The Professor Who Is Investigating The Crimes, Joel And His Friend Melody Find Themselves On The Trail Of An Unexpected Discovery One That Will Change Rithmatics And Their World Forever.A New York Times Book Review Notable Children S Book Of 2013

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10 thoughts on “The Rithmatist (The Rithmatist, #1)

  1. says:

    Listened to this one on audio, vainly hoping beyond hope that I might finally read a Brandon Sanderson book I don t like so I can feel better about myself as an author But no I enjoyed this book as much as any of his Good worldbuilding, just as you d expect from Sanderson And a clever, detailed magic system Good mystery surrounding the world And I really like that things aren t easy for the protagonist Everything doesn t just fall into his lap He wants things at the beginning of the book Listened to this one on audio, vainly hoping beyond hope that I might f...

  2. says:

    Brandon Sanderson just made chalk figures scary Chalk figures As in these guys Ok, admittedly they don t look like much, certainly not like man eating monsters, but after reading this, they are totally creepy Sanderson s certainly built up a well deserved reputation for writing interesting, intelligent, wildly imaginative magic systems to the point it s pretty muc...

  3. says:

    deep sigh So, I ve read 14 full length novels and 2 novellas by Brandon Sanderson, and this is the one that didn t do it for me My one glowing positive is that, once again, Sanderson presents his readers with a fascinating magic system Think Chalk Zone withviolence Rithmatists are a chosen elite, trained from a young age charged with protecting civilization by way of breathing life into mathematically intricate chalk sketches These sketches rely on the precision intent of t deep sigh So, I ve read 14 full length nove...

  4. says:

    Pre read reaction, October 2011 I have only a vague idea what it s about But it s by Sanderson, so cue droning robot voiceI will read it I must read it.Now If an author came to me and said I have a great idea for a magic system These guys called Rithmatists draw in chalk on the ground, and their chalk drawings have power They can draw chalklings, which can be given instructions Some chalklings can actually injure people, especially the wild chalklings Those guys are dangerous Pre read reaction, October 2011 I have only a vague idea what it s about But it s by Sanderson, so cue droning robot voiceI will read it I must read it.Now If an author came to me and said I have a great idea for a magic sys...

  5. says:

    What good is having friends if they don t put you in mortal peril every once in a while I FLIPPING LOVE THIS BOOKThat s it.That s the review.

  6. says:

    Must read The Rithmatist for those who are huge fan of Sandersonhuge fan of fantasy bookschildren 10 years old teenagersadultsThe magics of Rithmatics are very strange because I haven t seen this kind of...

  7. says:

    4.5 stars I hope no one gets tired of hearing me say I read another Sanderson, and it was amazing because I say it a lot.The Rithmatist, while not as sophisticated as some of Sanderson s high fantasy for obvious reasons , is still one of my new favorite works from him The magic system was particularly fun to read about Rithmatists who duel one another using chalk drawings ground wards for defense, animated chalk drawings for offense ,and set in a school setting where they learn everyth 4.5 stars I hope no one gets tired of hearing me say I read another Sanderson, and it was amazing because I say it a lot.The Rithmatist, while not as sophisticated as some of Sanderson s high fantasy for obvious reasons , is still one of my new favorite works from him The magic system was particularly fun to read about Rithmatists who duel one another using chalk drawings ground wards for defense, animated chalk drawings for offense ,and set in a school setting where they learn everything from geometry for proper ward creation to complex dueling strategies, to boot I love when books introduce some sort of competition, especially magic related The Rithmatist definitely reminded me of Hermione s role in Harry Potter very academically inclined and whenever she was around I felt like I learned a lot about magic Joel fit that roll for me here he knew so much about the ...

  8. says:

    I think I should start every Sanderson review with Brandon Sanderson does it again There is a reason this guy is one of my favorite authors, he cannot disappoint.This book is all about expectations It s Sanderson s first try at YA and he did a great job making fantasyaccessible to a younger audience For those who are used to Sanderson s other adult works however, this may be a disappointment The Rithmatist is a lot shorter than his other novels, with only 370 pages, large font and nume I think I should start every Sanderson review with Brandon Sanderson does it again There is a reason this guy is one of my favorite authors, he cannot disappoint.This book is all about expectations It s Sanderson s first try at YA and he did a great job making fantasyaccessible to a younger audience For those who are used to Sanderson s other adult works however, this may be a disappointment The Rithmatist is a lot shorter than his other novels, with only 370 pages, large font and numerous illustrations as opposed to his 600 pages works There is less worldbuilding, less description and the novel is not as deep and philosophical as his adult fantasies Having said that though, I still loved this book It s fast paced, very engaging and just so much fun.The worldbuilding, though it takes up less space, is cleverly done and the magic system is as awesome and creative as always I honestly don t know how Sanderson manages to come ...

  9. says:

    4.5 stars One of the reasons why fans of Brandon Sanderson including yours truly love him so much when he gets into a writing funk he sidetracks himself by writing something completely different from his main project and it can result in a gem like this book.MG and YA are not my go to genre and hence, I m very selective when it comes to these books However, I have immense faith in Sanderson as he consistently churns out good, if not amazing, books I also failed to understand why he had be 4.5 stars One of the reasons why fans of Brandon Sanderson including yours truly love him so much when he gets into a writing funk he sidetracks himself by writing something completely different from his main project and it can result in a gem like this book.MG and YA are not my go to genre and hence, I m very selective when it comes to these books However, I have immense faith in Sanderson as he consistently churns out good, if not am...

  10. says:

    4.5 5 starsI wasn t going to round up I mean not every Sanderson s book can be 5 stars, right Wrong Because when it came down to the last pages I was tearing upSo I just had to.I thought that maybe because this was intended for younger readers middle to young adult it will be duller and not as interesting as his other series that I ve read so far I thought that I will read it and just think of it as a nice stand alone book I thought that there couldn t have possibly been another new an 4.5 5 starsI wasn t going to round up I mean not every Sanderson s book can be 5 stars, right Wrong Because when it came down to the last pages I was tearing upSo I just had to I thought that maybe because this was intended for younger readers middle to young adult it will be duller and not as interesting as his other series that I ve read so far I thought that I will read it and just think of it as a nice stand alone book I thought that there couldn t have possibly been another new and cool magic system.Wrong Wrong wrong Sure, it wasn t nearly as complex and interwoven as say Mistborn has been, but it was pretty darn amazing also I wouldn t recommend comparing one Sanderson book to another they all are great in their own ways I will never stop being impressed with his ability to create compelling and dimensional characters, and I will never stop being surprised by twists and turns of his books Even when I think I know what s coming the book comes out and...

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